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For New Doctors, 8 Minutes Per Patient – NYTimes.com

At a social gathering not long ago, a colleague and I exchanged stories about residency training, fondly remembering the patients who had helped us grow both as doctors and as people. A doctor-in-training we both knew listened intently to our conversation, but when we asked him about his experiences with …

Looking Forward – NYTimes.com

Right now you are probably asking yourself: Will the new Congress being sworn in this week work any better than the last one? There’s always a chance. Because, you know, it’s new. Also, the bar is low, since some people believe the departing 112th Congress was the worst in history, …

Do Your Emails Annoy Your Co-Workers?

Considering that email is the primary form of communication in most offices, we don’t always choose our written words as wisely as we should. Especially when we’re trying to get through a packed inbox quickly or answer messages between meetings on our phones, it’s easy to be annoying, abrasive, or …